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Lokasi Dimana Kate Middleton Dijangka Melahirkan

Curious about what will happen when Kate starts to go into labor? The Daily Mail is reporting that last Monday, the Duchess of Cambridge was able to evading the photographers and made a secret visit for "final checks." 

 For Kate, every logistical possibility has been considered. Courtiers have spoken of a "range" of finely-tuned contingency plans, quietly confident that they have thought of everything. Inside of St. Mary's Hospital, secrecy reigns.

 Apparently unwilling to use Kate’s name or title, senior staff speak in whispers of their "special client" and have taken to following need-to-know security practices. The hospital has even laid in extra supplies of Kate's blood type.

One of the first signs The British Monarchy Heir is on the way will be when an armed policeman appears on the steps outside the hospital. 

By that time Kate will be on her way and is expected to be taken into the Lindo Wing through one of three side entrances. Meanwhile, obstetrician Dr. Marcus Setchell will be alerted on his specially-encrypted mobile phone by the royal couple’s private secretary, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton. 

Assuming he is at his North London home at the time, Dr. Setchell will grab his overnight bag and drive to the hospital. 

 The 6.5 mile journey to the hospital should take no more than 20 minutes. But in case of heavy traffic, he can always put the green flashing light he is entitled to use as a doctor on call on the roof of his car.

 In the early stages of labour, Kate is likely to have her mother Carole at her side. However, sources are now indicating that Mrs.a Middleton will not be present during the actual delivery, as has been suggested. In common with other patients, the Duchess will give birth in one of the six delivery rooms on the Lindo Wing's third floor, which features "soothing" block colour murals. 

The front windows have been hastily "frosted" in recent weeks for fear that people could see in. A newly refurbished post-natal room with a ‘clean, classic modern hotel feel’ has long been set aside for her use on a different floor to that used by other mothers. 

It has an en-suite bathroom, a satellite television, safe, bedside phone, fridge and a fully reclining chair for William. As well as comfort and privacy, the Lindo boasts state-of-the-art clinical and emergency facilities. Other private hospitals do not have similar intensive care services or the ability to deal with complicated or emergency births.

Media from around the world are getting set up and ready for the arrival of the royal baby.

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